The Discrimination Persists: Gay Fiction Pubs, Promos & Reviews

My entry for the YAM 2012 LGBT Blogathon Event. To read more about it, please visit their website. As it reflects my own life and experiences, my writing, both fiction and non-fiction, often naturally have gay, bisexual or trans/intergender characters and situations.  But what might be a misnomer to some: they often contain comparatively little […]

My Messages For Hop Against Homophobia

Since I’d already written an article, “The Inter & Trangender Question in GLBT Communities” which I felt was relevant for discussions of homophobia and transphobia, I included my giveaway in it’s introduction. My angle is from a “blow-by-blow” not having to just battle homophobes but from also within the GLBTIIQ community, those who say they […]

Homo-Ignorance: Are You Part of the Problem?

We’ve heard the term homophobic but how about being homo-ignorant? Even if you’re GLBTIIQ, even if you support those who are, might you be guilty? The “ignorant” part of the word homo-ignorant is not to suggest someone is stupid, a moron or mentally challenged, but rather to suggest they simply do not know something accurately […]

For the broken hearted, as am I.. I share a poem by George William Russell

I thought, beloved, to have brought to you A gift of quietness and ease and peace, Cooling your brow as with the mystic dew Dropping from twilight trees. Homeward I go not yet; the darkness grows; Not mine the voice to still with peace divine: From the first fount the stream of quiet flows Through […]